Honolulu Surf Film Festival

Do you love the ancient Hawaiian sport of surfing? Do you like surf films? If so you are in luck for the month of July. The Honolulu Academy of Arts is hosting the 4th Annual Honolulu Surf Film Festival from July 8th through the 31st. Featuring 22 films, this film festival attracts locals and visitors alike, making it a great thing to do in Oahu.
Besides showing great surfing films, the festival will include an opening and closing night receptions with free beer from Kona Brewing Company ($15 tickets). Out of the 22 surf films, 16 have yet to be screened here in Hawaii. With high performance surfing in the new Taylor Steele film Innersection to Accidental Icon: The Real Gidget Story, which tells the true story of Kathy Kohner Zucherman, this fun Hawaii festival will feature something for every surf lover. Not only is this a great thing to do in Oahu, but you can also enter a raffle to win a high-performance Donald Takayama standup paddle board from Surftech on both the opening and closing nights. Held at the Doris Duke Theater in the Honolulu Academy of Arts, this surf film festival will be sure to inspire stoke in all Hawaii surfers.

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